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  • Hawaii Forgiveness Project - A new series of workshop discussions - First meeting this Friday, November 4th, 2016

Building on Forgiveness

to Achieve Justice and Reconciliation

Open, Free public meeting this Friday

in downtown Honolulu

We choose to accept healing for our community

To recognize and honor the pain of the past. To absorb and share it, for as long as it takes -- until we are ready to accept the unity of forgiveness.

And then to build a future foundation, when justice and reconciliation re-unite us, heart to heart and hand to hand.

In practical ways that all members of the Hawaii community can feel -- social, economic, legal, community action.

But above all, in heart. That way, our work together is durable.

Two very different people who have led powerful Forgiveness sessions before will help us in this journey, this Friday, at St. Andrew's near downtown Honolulu, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Wendy Baldwin and Chris Miller: they come from different perspectives and life experiences, different discplines, knowledge and technique.

They will bring togther their knowledge, their ability to listen, reflect, question and guide, in service to the ho'oponono that we need and is our birthright.

Ho'oponopono: to make straight again, what has always been straight.

Here is information about their work, for your reference and preparation:

Chris Miller

Wendy Baldwin

Please come join us this Friday.

Complimentary meeting, open to all

Friday, November 4, 2016

6:00 pm. to 8:00 pm.

St. Andrew's Epsicopal Church

229 Queen Emma Square,

downtown Honolulu, HI 96813

Von Holt Room

interactive map

Park in the Church lot; enter off Beretania

and go around the church to the right.

Hawai'i Forgiveness Project

Celebrating forgiveness in all its religious, artistic, personal,

judicial, educational, social and political forms.

A free monthly meeting is held on the first Friday

of each month, subject to changes in notice.

An annual festival is held on the first Sunday

in August each year.a

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